The Prospect House Association Board was founded on August 20, 1969 to foster social and
intellectual interchange among members of Princeton University’s academic and support staffs.
The Association is governed by a Managing Board, which is elected from its membership.
The mission of the Prospect House Association Board is to be an advocate for the use of,
and attendance of programs at Prospect House in order to promote a collegial environment
and atmosphere that creates campus community and supports the educational mission of
Board Member Expectations
- Be an advocate and promote the use of Prospect House with colleagues and campus
- Utilize Prospect House services and attend Prospect House programs when possible.
- Assist and support Prospect House management in the planning and implementation
of Prospect House programs and encourage attendance.
- Bring to management’s attention any customer concerns, operational or programmatic
service issues either experienced or brought to your attention.
Click here for the Articles of Association in pdf format.